B.A., Antioch College
J.D., Fordham University
M.L.I.S., University of Washington
Business Legal Research
Brandy Ellis currently serves as the University of Georgia Alexander Campbell King Law Library’s research services librarian. In this role, she supports research services for law school faculty, teaches first-year, advanced and specialized legal research courses, provides legal reference services and serves on the library leadership team.
Before coming to UGA, Ellis worked as research librarian and head of access services at the University of Notre Dame’s Kresge Law Library, where she taught introductory and advanced legal research courses, managed library circulation staff, participated in the faculty liaison program and assisted library patrons with a variety of instructional and research queries.
Prior to entering law librarianship, she worked as an associate in the emerging companies group in Cooley LLP’s New York City office (2010-2014) and Fenwick & West’s Seattle office (2014-16). While in law school, she was a judicial intern for Judge Ronald L. Ellis of the Southern District of New York and spent a summer with the Patent Litigation Team of the Intellectual Property Group at Samsung Electronics in Suwon, South Korea.
Ellis earned her bachelor’s degree from Antioch College and her Juris Doctor cum laude from Fordham University. She also completed her Master of Library and Information Science with a certificate in law librarianship from the University of Washington. She is a member of the New York bar.